The technology for modern cinema evolved at the end of the nineteenth century. A. Kinetoscope parlors for viewing films were modeled on phonograph parlors. B. Thomas Edison's design of the Kinetoscope inspired the development of large screen projection. C. Early cinema allowed individuals to use special machines to view films privately. D. Slide-and-lantern shows had been presented to audiences of hundreds of spectators. E. The development of projection technology made it possible to project images on a large screen. F. Once film images could be projected, the cinema became form of mass consumption.